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Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Thyme Maternity Yoga Pant

When I was pregnant, I remember the one thing that I hated; finding clothes that fit and looked cute too. I mainly stuck to sweat pants and sweat shirts because I really couldn't find anything.

Nowadays, there are more choices for moms-to-be. One such company is Thyme Maternity. They offer a styling line of maternity clothing for women. A fellow pregnant reviewer on our team got the chance to try out the Thyme Maternity Yoga Pants.  She gave a thumbs up on comfort and ease to put on these cute pants.

These pants feature a belly panel that can be worn folded down or up. The comfortable jersey fabric hugs your tummy and is perfect for lounging or staying active.


 I love yoga pants whether pregnant or not!


They support your growing tummy and work well for almost all stages.

Info:



Fabric Content:

95% Cotton

5% Spandex

Color:

Black

Sizes:

S - XXL

Price:

$35.00

Where to buy:


And in select Babies“R”Us locations

in the U.S.

 
You can also find Thyme Maternity here:
 
Facebook page (Facebook.com/ThymeMaternityUSA)
 Twitter handle (@ThymeMaternity)

7 comments:

Janet said...

Those look so cute!

Anonymous said...

I would love to have these-is there going to be a giveaway?

Karen said...

Wish I could have gotten those when I was pregnant!

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

Oh, love these. Maternity pants totally spoiled me. Now I can't stand to wear regular jeans anymore.

Brian Miller said...

heh...i dont do stretchy pants....
probably a good thing...smiles.

Liz @ A Nut in a Nutshell said...

Those are cute, and I agree...pregnant or not!

misssrobin said...

My kids are 14-22, so it's been a long time since I was pregnant. I would have loved something like this. Maternity clothes and cute just didn't go together when I was having kids. Oh, how times change.